What is Firefox?
Challenging the status quo since 1998 Firefox was created by Mozilla as a faster, more private alternative to browsers like Internet Explorer, and now Chrome. Today, our mission-driven company and volunteer community continue to put your privacy above all else. Your privacy comes first
What can I do with Firefox?
Change up the new tab page, search bar, bookmarks and more to explore the internet the way you want. Firefox was created by Mozilla as a faster, more private alternative to browsers like Internet Explorer, and now Chrome. Today, our mission-driven company and volunteer community continue to put your privacy above all else.
How do I get 64-bit Firefox?
How do you get 64-bit Firefox? If you’re running 64-bit Windows ( here’s how to check ), your Firefox may already be 64-bit. Check your Firefox version (in the “About Firefox” window) and look for “ (32-bit)” or “ (64-bit)” after the version number: If you see “ (32-bit)” and you are running Firefox 56.0 or older,
Why should you choose Mozilla Firefox 61 review?
Mozilla Firefox 61 Review by many users has proved that a higher percentage of users prefer and trust Mozilla for the outstanding performance it offers. Mozilla Firefox is one of the world’s most popular browsers available in 90 different languages and completely free.
What’s new in the VCOs Yellow Ribbon report update?
The VCOS Yellow Ribbon Report Update includes a new set of 11 best practices for responder behavioral wellness. (?) Information, statistics and resources on the 11 best practices to prevent firefighter cancer. (?)
Is there a 64-bit version of Firefox for Windows?
Users on 64-bit Windows who download Firefox can get our 64-bit version by default. That means you get a more secure version of Firefox, one that also crashes a whole lot less. How much less? In our tests so far, 64-bit Firefox reduced crashes by 39% on machines with 4GB of RAM or more.
Why choose Firefox over other browsers?
Supporting independent technology: since most major browsers are now running on Chromium, there are fewer options that don’t feed into the Big Tech machine. Firefox is backed by a not-for-profit and is dedicated to fixing the internet.